Getting around in Ulsan

Getting around in Ulsan

Ulsan does not cater for international flights and the only way to arrive by air is directly from Seoul (Gimpo) or Jeju-do. However, if you fly from Incheon, this will entail a change of flights at Gimpo Airport, though there are internal flights operated by Asiana airlines and Korean Air from Seoul, which take about 1 hour and cost 6.000 Won. Continue reading “Getting around in Ulsan”
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Introductions to Ulsan

Introductions to Ulsan

The South Korean city of Ulsan is undoubtedly the industrial center of the country, being the home of the Ulsan Industrial District featuring the world’s largest automobile assembly plant operated by the Hyundai Motor Company, the Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard, and the world’s largest Oil Refinery. Continue reading “Introductions to Ulsan”
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Introductions to Suwon

Introductions to Suwon

The South Korean city of Suwon is situated in the northerly region of the Gyeonggi Plain to the South of the Korean capital Seoul about 19 miles away. The city is bordered on the Northwest by Uwang, to the East by Yongin, to the Southwest by Hwaseong and directly west shares a common border with Ansan. Continue reading “Introductions to Suwon”
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